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1113-106927 - A delicious seafood platter, prepared by chef Boy Schuiling from restaurant 't Paakhuus Texel, is served on board the 1902 sailing ship Iselmar during the Wadden Sea crossing from Harlingen to Terschelling, West Frisian Islands, Friesland, Netherlands
1113-106769 - Delicacies prepared by chef Boy Schuiling from restaurant 't Paakhuus Texel are served on board the 1902 sailing ship Iselmar during the Wadden Sea crossing from Harlingen to Terschelling, West Frisian Islands, Friesland, Netherlands, Europe
1113-106874 - A delicious seafood platter, prepared by chef Boy Schuiling from restaurant 't Paakhuus Texel, is served on board the 1902 sailing ship Iselmar during the Wadden Sea crossing from Harlingen to Terschelling, West Frisian Islands, Friesland, Netherlands
1113-107263 - A delicious seafood platter, prepared by chef Boy Schuiling from restaurant 't Paakhuus Texel, is served on board the 1902 sailing ship Iselmar during the Wadden Sea crossing from Harlingen to Terschelling, West Frisian Islands, Friesland, Netherlands
809-6416 - Statues of angels designed by Othmar Schimkowitz in front of the window, a work of Kolo Moser called the Fall, Steinhof Church built by Otto Wagner between 1902 and 1907, Vienna, Austria, Europe
809-6419 - Jesus Christ depicted in The Home in Paradise, mosaics created by Remigius Geyling, Steinhof Church built by Otto Wagner between 1902 and 1907, Vienna, Austria, Europe
832-374516 - Historic Strandhotel Blankenese, built in 1902, Strandweg street in Blankenese quarter, Hamburg-Blankenese, Altona district, suburb on the Elbe river, Hamburg, Germany, Europe, PublicGround
832-374515 - Historic Strandhotel Blankenese, built in 1902, in Strandweg street, Hamburg's Blankenese quarter on the Elbe river, Altona district, suburb on the Elbe river, Hamburg, Germany, Europe, PublicGround
817-459123 - View of the Fishermen's Bastion, a neo-Romanesque monument. Built from 1895 to 1902, by Frigyes Schulek. It stands on the Castle Hill on the site of the medieval fish market of Buda, Budapest, Hungary, Europe
817-459117 - View from Szechenyi Chain Bridge of the Fishermen's Bastion, a neo-Romanesque monument. Built from 1895 to 1902, by Frigyes Schulek. It stands on the Castle Hill on the site of the medieval fish market of Buda. At the left side is the Matthias Church, the most famous Church in Budapest, Hungary, Europe.
817-459134 - View of the Fishermen's Bastion, a neo-Romanesque monument. Built from 1895 to 1902, by Frigyes Schulek. It stands on the Castle Hill on the site of the medieval fish market of Buda, Budapest, Hungary, Europe.
832-260790 - Illuminated facade with balconies and art nouveau elements on the Placa Weyler, Plaza Weyler, in the evening, former Gran Hotel from approx. 1902, today cultural center of the Fundacio La Caixa, Palma de Mallorca, Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain, Europe
832-260801 - Bay window with round balconies on the Placa Weyler, Plaza Weyler, former Gran Hotel from approx. 1902, today cultural center of the Fundacio La Caixa, Palma de Mallorca, Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain, Europe
817-437796 - In 1902 built hotel, castle by the sea, baltic resort Kuehlungsborn, biggest seaside resort of Mecklenburg, administrative district Bad Doberan, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany, Europe
306-4166 - St. Pierre Bay, with Mont Pelee behind, scene of 1902 volcanic disaster, which killed 30,000 people, Martinique, Windward Islands, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America
832-44968 - Gable of the Kreishaus administrative building with the emblem of Quedlinburg, built in 1902, district administration office, Heilige-Geist-Strasse, Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, Europe
1194-1902 - India queens garments, a project for poor women run by the congregation of the mother of carmel (cmc) sisters, kottayam, kerala. The young women serving and eating lunch, which they prepare themselves.
909-168 - Hope Bay hut. Hope Bay was discovered in 1902 by the Swedish expedition led by Otto Nordenskjöld. He named it Hope Bay, after three of his party inadvertently wintered there during 1903; they were dropped off not long before their ship, Antarctic, sank and the sound beyond the bay bears the name of their doomed vessel. Their makeshift stone hut stands near the dock – it was largely rebuilt over the summer season of 1966-67. Hope Bay, Antarctic Sound, Weddell Sea
823-488 - Skull of Mountain Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla beringei), holotype 1902, Museum fur Natuurkunde, Berlin, discovered by Captain Robert von Beringe, Virunga Volcanoes, Rwanda, Africa
823-487 - Skull of Mountain Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla beringei), holotype 1902, Museum fur Natuurkunde, Berlin, discovered by Captain Robert von Beringe, Virunga Volcanoes, Rwanda, Africa
16-3242 - Tram arriving at Victoria Station in Llandudno from the summit of Great Orme on the Great Orme Tramway, the tramway was built in 1902 as a tourist attraction, Llandudno, Gwynedd, North Wales, United Kingdom, Europe
733-1902 - Tourists in paddle boat at entrance to Riverine Cave. longest navigable river traversed tunnel in the world, Subterranean River National Park, Sabang Town, Palawan, Philippines, Southeast Asia, Asia
391-6841 - Tourists on the steps of Metropolitan Museum of Art on Fifth Avenue by Central Park, opened 1880, with 1902 facade by Richard Hunt, in New York, United States of America, North America